In the Western World...who do you think spends the most time at work? It's Americans! On average, we take only about 10 days of vacation each year. In Europe, the British average about 3 or 4 weeks, the French about 4 weeks, the Italians... 5 weeks or more, the Germans about 4 weeks, the Scandinavians...... Continue Reading →
We can know that we are God's family members; Jesus said so! (Mat. 12:50) "for whosoever shall do the will of My Father in Heaven, the same is My brother, My sister, and My mother.” Jesus is telling us that if we are members of God's family, we have the most important responsibility: doing the... Continue Reading →
What happened on that Pentecost Sunday that so changed the Apostles? Why were they then able to perform so many miracles, be heard and understood in other languages, effect the baptism of three thousand souls, and thereafter fearlessly face death? For sure, something life changing happened. Was it a born again experience? Or, has an... Continue Reading →
The significance of the seven days of unleavened bread Leavening defined Some leavening is classified as fungus, an ever-present single celled organism with characteristics resembling both animal and vegetable. Some fungi are beneficial and some are destructive. Their cellular structure is so small it can only be seen through a microscope. They grow best in... Continue Reading →
Biologists and the Bible agree, we are composed of dust. All the elements found in our bodies are also found in the dust of the ground. Both also tell us that life begets life; it takes life to create life. "And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into... Continue Reading →
In the book of Matthew Chapter 15, VS 3...our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, asked the religious leaders of that day... “Why do ye also transgress the Commandment of God by your traditions?” This question of Jesus is more applicable TODAY than at any time in history! Let's take a look...
This Do In Remembrance Of Me (A letter to God's elect) Thus was instituted the memorial of the New Testament Passover on the eve before His crucifixion (Luke 22:19). As instructed we partake of wine and unleavened bread, symbolizing the blood and body of Christ, as well as foot washing as instructed in John 13:14.... Continue Reading →
On a spring night a few miles northeast of what would later become Jerusalem, two individuals engaged one another in a conversation that led to an event that would impact the world in the most profound way. Few throughout history would realize the significance of this seemingly unexplainable event or its unusual accompanying ceremony, nor understand its deep prophetic significance, not only as it involved the children of Israel but all God’s people throughout time.
They wanted to know - so do we! The disciples came to him asking, “Tell us, what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world? 4 And He said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you. 5 For many shall come in my name, saying, I am... Continue Reading →